Brain Food

Brain Food

When it comes to memory, mind your mouthfuls.
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Some memory loss is the result of stress, illness, hormonal imbalance or a lack of nutrients. Eating certain nutrient-rich foods can fight these factors and help keep your memory sharp and your brain healthy. Replenish your mind with regular doses of B vitamins, vitamins C and E, beta-carotene, choline, essential fatty acids, selenium and minerals.

Kale: Rich in beta-carotene, vitamins B6, C and E, folate, iron and zinc.
Other Sources: Watercress, Brussels sprouts, spinach and broccoli.

Sweet Potatoes: Loaded with vitamins B6, C and E, beta-carotene, iron and folate.
Other Sources: Apricots, carrots, bell peppers and beets.

Wheat Germ: Heavy in vitamins B6 and E, folate, iron, selenium and zinc.
Other Sources: Oats, quinoa, bulgar and brown rice.

Turkey: Boasts vitamins B6 and B12, iron, zinc and selenium.
Other Sources: Walnuts, sunflower seeds, lentils and soy.

Flaxseed Oil: Dripping with vitamin E, iron, zinc and essential fatty acids.
Other Sources: Sunflower, canola, safflower and olive oils.

Many things I have tried to grasp, and have lost. That which I have placed in God's hands I still have.
---- Martin
And again she leaves out the ice cream- is this a conspiracy?
I think it might be son..... Sorry . But have some for me ..... He he . I like ice cream too so indulge.

Actually had some french vanilla with a banana ( that was the justified part ) and some real maple syrup ( The dark kind that is hard to find)